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Jees.  And they (whoever they are) say Macs are so much easier to use :).
I'll just indicate "full screen" (F11 on a PC) and let it go at that.
thanks!


On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 9:05 PM, Deborah Shaw <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Bruce:
> The "F" keys on a Mac can depend on how the individual user has programmed
> them. For example, F11 on my Mac only affects the sound level, no matter
> whether or not I use it in combo with "control", "option" (alt), or
> "command." I'm running two monitors at the same time, so I might not be the
> best test.
>
> The green button in the upper left of Mac windows is a TOGGLE button, and
> it's official name is the "green zoom button (+)". Clicking on it once
> brings that window ONLY to full size; clicking again brings the window back
> to where it was previously. If you click and drag the lower right corner of
> the window to whatever size you want, that's the size to which it will
> return when you click the green button from the "full screen" mode.
>
> More names for the three red, yellow, green buttons in the upper left
> (well, the red and yellow anyway): red = "red close button (x)"  yellow =
> "yellow minimize button (-)"
>
> Many applications have an additional method in the UPPER RIGHT of the
> window, depending on which operating system is running (and probably
> depending on the application). In the top right are two darker grey arrows,
> pointing opposite directions on a diagonal. Clicking on those arrows once
> brings the window to full size. I think there are various settings for this
> -- on my current set up I need to roll my mouse up to the top -- the menu
> bar then drops down, and what were once darker gray arrows are now light
> gray against a blue background, still in the upper right corner. Clicking
> restores everything back to the current size. I think you're supposed to be
> able to either swipe right and left or use the arrow keys to move through
> full-screen windows -- I don't have my computer set up that way.
>
> Alternate: most applications have a "View > Full Screen". To leave full
> screen mode, you can also press the "Escape" button on the keyboard, or go
> to "View > Exit Full Screen."
>
> Hope this helps a little.
>
> Deb
>
> Deborah Shaw
> dbShaw Studios
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>
> On Mar 1, 2014, at 5:33 PM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:
>
> Thanks.  I googled this and it seems F11 does the same thing on a Mac that
> it does on a PC.  *Would someone try this please?*
>
> Also, the Green Button is mentioned, but only in combination with
> RightZoom.   ??
>
> b
>
>
>
> On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 7:51 PM, Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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